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greta is next. we'll see you back tomorrow night. she goes on the record tonight, great take it away. >> greta: thank you. tonight breaking news. alaska says it wants in. into the lawsuit with the other states taking on the government over health care. joining us by phone alaska governor parnell. nice to hear from you tonight, sir. >> great to be with you again greta, thanks. >> greta: you want into this lawsuit? >> i do. i'm one of these governors that thinks and then acts. i asked my attorney general quite a few weeks ago to do the legal analysis on this for ourselves so we would know we were acting in good faith doing our homework and avoiding the politics of the moment. yesterday i a briefing from the attorney general. he gave me a 50 page memo on just a very detailed analysis. i thought it was so important what i saw and heard that today i released that attorney general's memorandum and announced that alaska was joining the other states in florida's legal action against the federal government. >> greta: have you spoken to the attorney general in florida? have you designated your
>> sean: that is all the time we have left. thank you for being with us. the news continues greta is next. have a great weekend! >> greta: tonight, it feels a bit like twilight zone, but it's true. right now an invisible cloud is threatening the world it could even take down a jumbo jet and pilots cannot see it on radar. even if they dodge that danger, one thing is certain this cloud is costing a fortune and disrupting the lives of tens of thousands what is this cloud? volcanic ash if iceland. the volcano erupted four week ago. this wednesday the volcano really let go, blasting several miles into the air. but it didn't stop there. right now winds are pushing this dangerous cloud south and east across england into the heart of europe. the cloud's elevation between 20,000 and 30,000 feet, invisable from the ground moving 25 miles per hour, tens of thousands of flights have been cancelled. just today in europe, 16,000 flights cancelled. it gets worse it isn't just those flights in europe. each cancelled flight there sets off a ripple effect to every corner of the globe leaving thousa
financed the obama campaign? greta is next. hill -- i'll hit new the head. >> that's violence. >> greta: the number is going up that is the wrong direction that is bad news. if you don't trust the government, guess what? you've got company. new poll by pew research center finds 76% of americans do not trust the government. you can see the trend is lousy. distrust at one of its highest levels in the past 50s -- 50 years. dane -- dana perino joins us live that is one lousy number, what do you think? >> interesting 80% of the american people said they didn't trust the government. made me think what do the other 20% know that the rest of us don't know? not a good number. has lots of consequences politically. it also talks about where things are going in terms of the institutions in america. not just government people are upset with. it is a collective anxiety. i think it has a lot to do with the economy. future concerns about our competitiveness and so on. it is not a good number. if you are running for office now you are probably concerned about november. >> greta: here's another
. >> greta: tonight, get this, karl rove is a rhody? sort of. he has on the road for his book tour. toe he's back in town uncut and on the record. nice see. >> great to be here. >> greta: you have been on a road trip with your book? >> halfway point. >> greta: it is exhausting isn't it? >> 120s in 90 days. >> greta: let's talk about the campaigns. right now there's an article in politico about how democrats intend to use this getting tough on wall street against the republicans in the midterm elects. this article actually says the democrats may be haunted by in they have craig former white house counsel. dick gephardt used to work for goldman sachs. the republicans all do it. but they are up front about it. >> right. this is not a winner for them. they are trying to change the subject after obama care. rather than focusing back on jobs they are trying to channel the voter angst about wall street and focus it against the republicans. they then layout a bill that includes a 50 billion dollar bailout package which they simultaneously said it is not a bailout package besides that it is funded
is politically this november. >> sean: powerful statement. we'll come back. first time to check in with greta for a speak peek of whatç is coming up. >> greta: griff jenkins, tucker carlson, governor huckabee, dick morris, brett favre news that i know the viewers -- everyone is going to be mad at me when i tell them the news. >> sean: going to play again? >> greta: we have brett favre news that's as far as i'm going. you have to listen. i'm not giving any hints. >> sean: greta coming up 19 z from now. we continue with our g g g g g c if you've ever had difficulty hearing, you're not alone. watching tv going to meetings in my office, i was not able to distinguish words. i'm just listening to tv like it's fine and they're like, you've got to be kidding me. he'd always say "what? what? what?" you're not doing things that you used to do. why? because you can't hear. now there's a simple and effective way to improve your hearing and without the hassle or expense of a traditional hearing aid. introducing the songbird flexfit the world's most affordable digital hearing solution. the difference wit
statement. we'll come back. first time to check in with greta for a speak peek of whatç is coming up. >> greta: griff jenkins, tucker carlson, governor huckabee, dick morris, brett favre news that i know the viewers -- everyone is going to be mad at me when i tell them the news. >> sean: going to play again? >> greta: we have brett favre news that's as far as i'm going. you have to listen. i'm not giving any hints. >> sean: greta coming up 19 z from now. we continue with our great, great american panel. ple about geico - great claims service and a 97% customer satisfaction rate. show people really trust us. gecko: yeah right, that makes sense. boss: trust is key when talking about geico. you gotta feel it. why don't you and i practice that with a little exercise where i fall backwards and you catch me. gecko: uh no sir, honestly... uh...i don't think...uh... boss: no, no. we can do this. gecko: oh dear. vo: geico. fifteen minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. [ bride ] the wedding was just days away. suddenly i noticed my smile wasn't white enough. now what? [ female a
is coming up on the record. greta you can moderate this. >> greta: i don't think i can it sounds too fiery for me tonight two senators mccain and lincoln. we asked senator lincoln whether they wants the president to campaign for her or not. the value added tax. there's a little bit of who is on first. wait until you hear the president, the vice president and secretary of treasury and his spokesperson say about the value added tax. you will wonder who is on first on this one. >> sean: what's on second, i don't know third base.oe?s great is next after we continue in 20 short minutes from now more of our great, from now more of our great, great american panel, strararara [ wheezing ] i have asthma. and that's what it sounded like when my symptoms came back. i'd get this tightness in my chest. like i was breathing through a straw. so i went back to mdoctor again. we talked about choices in controller medicines. we chose symbicort to help control my asthma. [ ] while it's not a rescue inhaler, symbicort improves my lung function, starting within 15 minutes. it helps give me the control to... [
think, greta. host: we'll move to the republican line. caller: michigan mitchell, i'm sorry. host: i'm sorry. caller: i think the wall street reform is unnecessary. unless we deal with the federal reserve, nothing is going to matter. we have the federal reserve, which artificially holds interest rates low. our rates are not set by the free market which causes the gross distortion and moral hazard. people make unwise decisions because of this. we can't deal with wall street reform. i hear a lot of people calling up about jobs and how president obama should be worrying about jobs. his job is to be commander and chief of the military. it is becoming so much so that he's having to be some what responsibly for all aspects of the economy, our personal lives. it's been going on for decades now. the main thing is the federal reserve. no one wants to talk about. nothing is going to change. >> that will have to be our last word on this. the debt commission will meet on tuesday next week, not monday as i incorrectly stated before. we are going to turn to the debt. the debate that's happening he
these offices. >> amy, i think we got your point. mark halperin? >> well, greta, we knew that one of the challenges of writing a book about politics in this day and age a lot of our political discourse through the media and in politics directly has become very partisan. and we were trying to write a book, and we hope we did, it's not partisan. i'm confident we did but there was stuff in here that was not reported not just as aheut the there was a lot not reported by the republicans. we're heartened by the fact the book has received praise from people on the left and the right. sean hannity said some very nice things about the book and so did ed schultz. and the extent that it has won in this realm is that we reported everything that we could find that we thought was germane without fear of or favor. and with an eye towards history and illuminating what happened. not covering things up. there has been a concern, i'll just say quickly that, you know, why wasn't this stuff reported in real time? you know, people aren't going to be forthcoming the way they were with us in the heat of
candidates. really in the first debate more than the second, greta, you could actually see that and ha -- the hand on each candidate. host: why not say who they are? guest: it is not my role. i do not want to cause any issues on the final debate but we will just leave it at that. but you see the to petco -- you see the gepetto-like a puppeteering. but, greta, you can only go so far. if a candidate is pushed into being a certain way, obama-like, for example, or reagan-like, you can see that. if it does not work, the candidate is very, very uncomfortable. one of the reasons mr. clegg it did so well in the first debate was that he was very comfortable in his own skin to things that people said about barack obama even way back, that he seemed comfortable in his own skin. sometimes you could see the advisers handiwork. the second time you did not see it as much. maybe it was internalized by that time and they were able to be their own demand. people can see through that. host: what about gordon brown's performance and his comfort in that? guest: he is the older of the two, he is solid, he k
making major news with greta on the record, joining the fight on repealing health care. here's how it happened. >> i will go on the record tonight with you, greta, with you to inform your viewers and the people of arizona that i will file tomorrow to join the other 16 states that have already filed suit. so it's breaking news. bill: here are the other states involved in the lawsuit. they are in red. by our count, arizona makes 17. those governors and attorneys general are arguing the gond-mandate -- government-mandate the health care is illegal, president obama's overhaul infringes on the liberty of those states and individuals. >>> a quick check of wall street now, mid-week, we're seeing traders giving back some of the gains they had. we flirted with that 11,000, anyway. martha: it loves to do that, doesn't it? it bounces over. bill: you know what they're worried about? they're worried about greece, the headlines out of athens, what impact that has on the rest of europe, and has the trickle effect on the economies like ours. we're watching it now, about eight minutes into trading
the o'reilly factor is next. good night from washington. go, vote. greta wire.com. holiest of uproars. captioned by closed captioning services, inc >> glenn: welcome to the "glenn beck program." put a box in the corner of the screen there. if you see that -- there it is. it's a monitor of what is happening in the house. puerto rico vote we told you last night and you can read about it on foxnews.com. this is the only place talking about what is happening. it was supposed to happen before this program and then it was 5:00, then 6:00 now. the vote will happen sometime maybe after 6:00, because there are people because of you inside the house of representatives right now trying to derail this vote because they know exactly what it is. it's not about puerto rico. it's not about race. it's not about anything else but being straight. i can't tell you how many people called today and said, "oh, my gosh, glenn, i have to tell you. they lied to me when they came into my office." i bet they did. nothing is as it seems. that's what you will take away from today's show, because we're g
% but fox is still crowing, smith, bill, greta, isn't somebody missing? and speaking of that prophecy, dave foley, the kids in the hall, 1994. does this remain you of anybody?
these offices. >> i think we got your point. mark halperin? >> greta, we knew that one of the challenges of writing a book about politics in a state of age a lot of our political discourse to the media and politics directly has become very partisan. we're trying to write a book and we hope we did, that is not person. because there is nothing here that was not ever reported, not just the caller suggested about the democrats there's it stuff never report about the republicans. we are heartened by the fact that the book is received praise from people on the left and the right. john hannity said some very nice things about the book as did head shows that i think the strength of the book, the extent it has one in this realm, as we reported everything we could find that we thought was germane to telling the story about both parties, candidates in both parties, without fear of or favor and with an eye toward history and a looming what happened. not covering things up. there has been a concern, i was just a quickly, why wasn't the stuff report in real-time? you know, people are going to be fort
you a couple names, but they are certainly there. i think every night greta van susteren is close to the democratic party. she does not too many political stories. she is just a great journalist who goes after in the story she can get, -- goes after any story she can get, but people who have been involved in democratic politics -- we have people. i am trying to think of the name of the lady in california who has been with us from day one who use a lot. >> [no audio] >> you are right. i apologize. >> i am a reporter from denmark. thank you for taking my question. you touched on that the technical side is not your focus, but what are your thoughts about innovating content format interaction with uses? >> i think technology is a great use and a great help, and we should be watching it all the time and ready to use it any way that can help us, but only to improve the content. without the content, all these things are nothing. >> my name as nathan martin. mr. murdoch, you talk a little bit about the difference between commentary and reporting, and as young journalists prepared to go ou
to order sussushi. >> brian: that's just wrong. thanks a lot. still ahead, sarah palin tells greta van susteren what it was like to have her e-mail hacked and then face her hacker in court. stunning views courtesy of the sun and nasa. our science guy tell us what the images mean for scientists and we talk about the future of nasa. i saw him the other day in florida. we'll catch up in a moment. stay with us. [ male announcer ] we call it the american renewal. because ge capital understands what businesses need to grow. that's why today ge capital provides critical financing to more than 300,000 growing companies. ♪ absolutely! i have a lot of stuffiness at night. it wakes me up. i have allergies. ♪ you're right. i'm getting more air. -oh, yeah. -oh, wow! [ female announcer ] for two free samples, go to breatheright.com. like, why are my numbers too low? are you looking for answers? the accu-chek aviva system now has new tools to help you discover what your numbers mean and how the things you do are connected to your blood sugar patterns. [ sarah ] with this tool i can see how food a
morning, marc, good morning, john, good morning, greta. i have seen you guys on other shows. one of the things that is fascinating to me is that the country seems to be in a state of cognitive dissonance. and barack obama is incompetent, unprepared, on qualified to be president, john mccain is this. based on what you guys have said this morning, the exact opposite -- the reverse is true to barack obama seems to be hope and change and all that, but he seems to be a very savvy politician, a brilliant strategic thinker, a very well- prepared, understands the issues, and yet all the buzz right now is about sarah palin, who mostly speaks -- her vocabulary is mostly monosyllabic, and i have not heard her say anything of substance in terms of public policy from the time she started running up until now. i am just amazed -- are you amazed that the country is so enamored with sarah palin, who lacks intellectual curiosity, lacks the depth. she is mostly a vacuous -- guest: i'm a big fan of monosyllabics, so i have to differ from the caller there at that that is a problem. with all due resp
states ambassador to the united nations, john bolton, was on our air, just last night an greta vavtustern's show and made the claim relating to the missile defense shield in europe and are not -- and our not pursuing that. here's what he said and i'll give you the chance to respond. >> i think the main point is that the obama administration's decision last year to cancel the missile defense site in poland and the czech republic has set back very dramatically the time in which the u.s. would be able to defend itself against an iranian ballistic missile capability. not an issue whether we need that defense today or whether the iranians are capable of launching today. it's the trajectories down the road of what their missile program is doing and what our missile defense capabilities are and under this projection today, even if you take 2015 as the operable date they will have a missile capability and we will not have a missile defense capability in response. megyn: that sounds scary. >> well, with all due respect to ambassador bolton on this count he's flat out wrong. it's going to be a deba
and the banks have started to repay their loans from taxpayers. are we on our way to recovery? guest: greta, i wish i could say we were on our way to a vigorous recovery. we certainly are on our way to recovery. the business cycle follows isleton's law, but in reverse. everything that goes down eventually -- follows isaac newton's law, but in reverse. everything that it goes down and eventually comes up. the stock market is recovering in part because corporate earnings are up, and corporate earnings are up largely because companies have sliced their payrolls. they have cut their cost and, again, their payrolls, their employees, are their biggest cost. many companies are going abroad for sales. they're also going abroad for workers. so, what is good for america's big companies in terms of their property -- profitability and american stock market may not be necessarily good for american workers. we are seeing in this recovery a little bit of a two-tiered recovery, that is, big companies and wall street are doing very well. their workers and employees are doing ok. small businesses are doing badl
and coming to a country or countrywide near you? >> that's funny. >> anyway, last night on the greta van sustren show, karl rove was on and he's been looking at the 1400 pages in this bill. in washington they don't read the bills. karl did. >> we have to pass them first. >> there's scary stuff in there that would worry all of you if it does pass. watch this. >> you may not know about this. it creates a new office and gives it a half a billion dollars a year and a huge startup for computer systems in order to monitor every financial transaction in the united states. and to use that data to arrive at policy recommendations about sensible regulation. so they're literally going to have the capacity to go through everybody's brokerage account and everybody's checking account and everybody's credit card and everybody's financial transactions and collect -- sweep that information and then analyze it. >> another major point of concern is this angel investor clause. angel investors essentially allow things like yahoo, amazon, google and facebook come from very little collateral, startups, able t
with greta van susteren last night and talked about why she is taking this to end. >> i'm living the life experience right now and i think it's still a huge number of girls getting pregnant each year and i think more people need to talk about it and it should be more of a national discussion. >> steve: she's helping make it just that. public service announcement will air through high schools through the next month. >> gretchen: check out this video, the driver of the car you see right here, under that utility pole. the driver still in the car with that pole and the driver is alive. he walks away without a scratch. the roof of his car peeled back as the pole crashes through his passenger side windshield. he had no idea what was going on, as you can imagine if that happened to you. >> steve: what was that noise? >> brian: let's talk about tiger woods because you know he'll be playing today, tee off in a foursome and we'll see what happens on saturday. something else is coming to a television near you. that is a nike ad where tiger basically gets words from his dad from the grave about what
ahead. >> caller: good morning, marc, john, greta politico of things, one is i seen you guys on other shows and one of the things that's fascinating to me is the country seems to be a state of dissidents, barack obama is the on prepared and unqualified to be president. john mccain is the longtime politician with experience and based on what you guys have said this morning to me the exact opposite, the reverse is true. barack obama seems to be hoping and change and all that but he seems to be a very savvy politician, brilliant strategic thinker and a very well-prepared and understands the issues and yet all of the buzz right now about sarah palin who mostly speaks and her vocabulary is mostly models love it and i haven't heard her say anything of substance in terms of public policy from the time she started running up until now and i'm just amazed are you amazed the country is so enamored with sarah palin who lacks intellectual curiosity, blacks debt and is mostly black -- >> host: mark halperin? >> guest: i have to disagree that is a problem. you know, with all the respect to that cal
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